90-plus. that includes kansas city and st. louis. there is the threat today for severe weather. the threat for very strong thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail. it's a widespread watch box that continues until the evening hours tonight. fred, we saw this yesterday. this zone is an area where still thousands of people are without power. this is the last thing they need. it is going to help break the heat but you can see thunderstorms are working their way into charleston, west virginia. west virginia was really hard hit by power outages so that's not good news. washington, d.c., you're in the watch box as well. the severe threats from the storm prediction center extends all the way into the mid south, then stretches off to the coastline, through virginia, then even touching the jersey shore. atlantic city could see strong storm storms, and cape may as well. if you hear a quick rumble of thunder, get indoors, it could be a strong storm. heat is the number one non-severe weather related killer in the u.s. every year so very dangerous. the silent killer really.